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Keyword: Crimes Against Humanity

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Kosovars forced to negotiate under the gun

Iqbal Siddiqui

Ramadan 06, 14381998-06-01

Talks between Belgrade and Prishtina on the future of Kosova finally began last month, following pressure on Kosova president Ibrahim Rugova by Richard Holbrooke, the US diplomatic ‘troubleshooter’ who mediated the Dayton Peace Agreement which ended the Bosnian war in December 1995.


Kosovar aspirations, Serb nationalism clash in the Balkans

Our Own Correspondent

Muharram 04, 14191998-05-01

The Serb assault on the Muslims of Kosova was renewed late last month, with operations in the Decani and Djakovica regions southwest of the capital Prishtina, close to the border with Albania.


Three ways to treat Indian Muslims: Hindu chauvinist forces chalk out new strategy

K. C. Saleem

Shawwal 19, 14181998-02-16

Hindu chauvinist organisations - the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS) - have chalked out new strategies in their quest for electoral success leading to power in India.


Serb police kill, torture Kosovar activists

Iqbal Siddiqui

Sha'ban 16, 14181997-12-16

Two Kosovar activists died at the hands of Serb police last month, shortly before they were due to go on trial charged with terrorism and other offences against state security. Adrian Krasniqi was gunned down in the street on October 16, and Jonuz Zeneli died two days later in a prison hospital in Belgrade...


More Indian crimes in Kashmir

Zia Sarhadi

Shawwal 08, 14171997-02-16

February 5 is traditionally observed as Kashmir Day in Pakistan. This year it was no different although it was somewhat overshadowed by the just-concluded elections in Pakistan.


Indian uses National Conference to subvert struggle in Kashmir

Our Delhi Correspondent

Dhu al-Qa'dah 12, 14161996-04-01

Whatever else one may say about the state of affairs in India, there is one thing for which Indian policy makers deserve credit. No matter who is in power, the policies of State have a consistency about them, unlike in neighbouring Pakistan.

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